GeoWood now available from Cali Bamboo

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San Diego, Calif.—Cali Bamboo has officially launched GeoWood online. Geowood is a revolutionary engineered hardwood combining real timber layered over GeoCore—Cali’s stabilizing limestone composite foundation. According to the company, this technological breakthrough yields rock solid hardwood flooring with AquaDefy water resistance and comes at a lower price point than solid wood planks.

Cali GeoWood puts real hardwood floors within reach for new homeowners or those looking to redesign on a budget. Its DIY installation and upkeep save additional money throughout the entire life of the floor. The beauty layer atop each plank is up to 1.2mm thick and features sustainably farmed bamboo and lumber from Lacey Act Compliant managed forests. All flooring is ultra-low VOC with no added urea formaldehyde and employs adhesives that fall below E0 emissions standards.
What’s more, the product’s proprietary limestone composite fortifies each GeoWood plank and resists indentation from high heels, pet claws and furniture. Its AquaDefy technology ensures diehard moisture protection, making GeoWood perfect for bathrooms, kitchens and below-grade spaces like basements. And, shielded by a 10-coat scratch resistant finish, GeoWood planks are also ideal for spaces with heavy traffic, large dogs and all the wear and tear of everyday life.

Flooring is backed by a 50-year residential warranty and a 15-year light commercial warranty.

Four bamboo styles are now available for purchase on the manufacturer’s website www.calibamboo.com/geowood-flooring. Additional hardwoods including hickory, oak, maple and walnut will be released in summer 2018.

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